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NJ Resistance Calendar

This was written by and compiled by Hetty Rosenstein, with an added event, some fixed links, addresses, and map links added by me – Rosi Dear Truth-Seekers, Truth Speakers, Freedom Fighters, Little Lighters, Oh what a week it was!  They…
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7 Days of Resistance

I’ve added some links and addresses, but all thanks to Hetty Rosenstein for compiling this list. If you have other events we should list, please let us know the details below in the comments.  Today – Friday 2/3/2017 1 p.m….
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Candidate Happenings in Hamilton Township (Mercer)

Candidate Events in July & August 2011

Please support these candidates by attending their Campaign Events.

Check to see if donations are required in order to attend.

Sun, July 24 12:30pm – 4:30pm

Assemblyman Dan Benson’s 7th Annual Back Yard Bash @ 81 Hempstead Road Hamilton, NJ

Sat, July 30, 12:30pm – 5:00pm

Sheriff Jack Kemler’s Annual Family Outing @ Tall Cedars Picnic Grove


August 4th 5:30PM

Evening Mixer with Council Candidate Tennille McCoy @ Hamilton Manor at The Cellar


August 17th All Day

Connie Carella Dalton for Hamilton Mayor

Ice Cream Social @ The Brown Dog in Mercerville (Carella’s Hallmark)


Saturday, August 27 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Daniel Keelan for Hamilton Twp Council @ Trenton Thunder


Happenings in Morris County

  Morris County Democrats and Progressives have many cool events going on in the next month as we build up towards this falls election.  Here are just some of them:

On Thursday July 20th, Morristown’s Drinking Liberally Group will be meeting at the Famished Frog, 18 Washington Street in Morristown from 7pm until Midnight

On Thursday July 27th, Scott Goldstein, Author of “The Tea is in the Harbor: How Democrats Can Restore Democracy in America” will be speaking at 6:30pm at Pandora’s Book Peddlers, at 9 Waverly Place in Madison, NJ 07940. 

on Saturday July 29th, at 10AM, Morris County Democrats will be taking part in a nationwide canvass.  We will be supporting Senator Menendez, Tom Wyka for Congress and the Wefer/Leary/Hartford team for Freeholder.  Sign up at www.Democrats.org.  We will be meeting at the Democratic HQ, 11 Washington Street in Morristown

Finally, on Sunday August 5th at 10:30AM, Morristown will be host to a forum on the War in Iraq and the problems in the Middle East.  The Forum will feature Tom Wyka, candidate for Congress, as well as Amanda Schroeder, who lost her brother in the Iraq War.  The event will take place the at the Unitarian Church at 29 Normandy Heights Road in Morristown.

In addition to all these great events, phone banking and canvassing for the Democratic Ticket will begin in earnest in the coming weeks.  For all the details check out www.MorrisDems.org

Granny Peace Brigade to March in Newark

Just in case you haven’t heard about the Grannies, they gained recognition last year after they were arrested outside of the recruiting office in Times Square.  They were charged with disorderly conduct.  They were offered a plea bargain that included all charges being dropped in exchange for the Grannies’, whose ages range from 59 to 91, staying out of trouble for the next six months.  I am sure to the prosecutors chagrin, the grannies turned the deal down.  You might be wondering what their defense was.  They said they went to the recruiting station to enlist so their to spare their grandchildren from having to do so.  When they got there the door was locked and they being of advanced age became tired and needed to sit down.  They were acquitted.

This comes our way from New Jersey Peace Action

Join the Grannies for Peace in a Rally and March

Sunday, June 25 from 1:00 pm– 3:00 pm

Starting at Broad and Market Streets in Newark and marching to the Armed Forces Recruiting Center located at 31 Clinton Street

Please Join us for a Potluck Dinner with

Grannies for Peace Brigade
Sunday, June 25 at 4:00 p.m.
At the Friends Meeting House
225 Watchung Avenue
Corner of Watchung Ave. & E. 3rd St.
Plainfield, NJ 07060

The Grannies Peace Brigade is the group of 18 “grannies” who were swept up last October by the New York City police, handcuffed, loaded into police vans and jailed for four and a half hours.

The grandmothers were accused of blocking pedestrian traffic at the Times Square Army recruitment center in mid-town Manhattan after the women presented themselves for enlistment on October 17. They told army recruiters, “We insist/we enlist,” arguing that the military should take them into Iraq service rather than their grandchildren. They were acquitted on Thursday, April 27.

The women ranged in age from 59 to 91 and protest each week in Times Square against the war. Their campaign, arrest, and trial drew media attention from around the world. The Grannies celebrated their court victory by breaking into song outside the courthouse after the verdict, singing “God Help America” to the tune of “God Bless America.”

Asked what the judgeÂ’s decision meant to her, Grannies for Peace member, Joan Wile, 74, a retired singer, said, “Listen to your granny, and take to the streets like we did.”

Sponsored by: NJ Peace Action, PeoplesÂ’ Organization for Progress – Plainfield Chapter and Somerset Voices for Peace & Justice – Local groups who sponsor monthly demonstrations at the recruiting stations in Plainfield and Somerville.

This will be a potluck dinner, so please bring a dish to share, a dessert, or some drinks as you are able.

You can RSVP to: info@somersetpeace.org to let us know what you will bring and how many people are coming, which will help with our planning.

March and Rally on Broad and Market Streets, Newark
DATE: June 25
TIME: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
LOCATION: Broad and Market Street, Newark